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Join our program for teachers and gain access to all of the Museum's educator resources, plus enjoy special discounts on workshops, store purchases, and more. The Teacher Partner Program is open to all licensed K – 12 teachers actively employed in a public or private New England school.
The Museum of Science has implemented a new and improved ticketing and data management system this summer! This will make your field trip planning and reservation process even better. All teachers interested in membership should complete registration, even if you are or have been a Teacher Partner. Once registered, you will receive your membership card at your school’s address within four weeks. Please plan your first visit accordingly. Teachers must have their Teacher Partner Card to enter the museum.
For more information, call 617-723-2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a teacher but not eligible for the program? Don’t worry — the Educator Resource Center (ERC) offers many benefits for pre-school, college, and out-of-school educators, including access to the ERC by appointment, borrowing privileges, teacher professional development programs, and more.
We want to learn more about the needs of our teachers. Complete this 2-minute survey to let us know about you, who you teach, and what we can do to help.
If you are a licensed K – 12 teacher actively employed in a public or private New England school, you are invited to join the Teacher Partner Program. As a Teacher Partner, you'll enjoy the following benefits:
Benefits of the program are intended for the registered Teacher Partner cardholder only and are not transferable to other individuals. Teacher Partner affiliation is valid for one year and requires online renewal to remain active. Cardholders will be contacted by email to renew their program participation.
Refine your teaching style and develop content knowledge by attending a Museum-sponsored workshop or symposium, or contribute to an in-depth collaboration with other educators.
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